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Manscaping For All Skill Levels

When you hear manscaping, what do you think of? If it's pruning a shrub into the shape of a man and turning your landscape into an assortment of a human-shaped bushes, then we're thinking of two totally different things.



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factotum


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Does a man using a passion pink flat iron do *anything* for the ladies?




{crickets}

bpr2


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I've never understood why people want to make their feet soft and smooth. Those build ups help protect your feet while walking bare.

that was fun while it lasted!

conanthelibrarian


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What would a man use a flat iron for???


mattryan


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conanthelibrarian wrote:What would a man use a flat iron for???



straightening his cubes?

bpr2


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conanthelibrarian wrote:What would a man use a flat iron for???



that was fun while it lasted!

lkarmaz15


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conanthelibrarian wrote:What would a man use a flat iron for???



I'm an accomplished manscaper and I don't have the faintest idea.

Really Woot? You have a manscaping section with nary an epilator or bodygroom in sight?

irockash


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I have long hair and am also wondering about the flat irons. I've never actually straightened my own hair...

xxtermin8rxxx


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bpr2 wrote:I've never understood why people want to make their feet soft and smooth. Those build ups help protect your feet while walking bare.



Diabetics whose feet have not yet ended up becoming completely numb (due to debilitating neuropathy) will like this due to the fact they can try to keep their feet soft, smooth, and able to feel things under their feet. Once the feet become numb and calloused, it's pretty much game over for the feet.

Foot care is essential for a lot of people. Diabetics are just one of many groups that could benefit from proper care.

rhh33672


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Any man using these thing is not a man. Hair Iron?

fartfile


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anyone have experience with the cordless clipper set?

halong829


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fartfile wrote:anyone have experience with the cordless clipper set?



I got a set and liked it so much I bought one for my son! Both of us keep our hair short, so owning my own clippers really keeps the haircut bills down. I cut my hair myself (his wife does his for him), and the lack of a cord makes it infinitely easier. The initial charge is a whopping 18 hours (!) but each charge lasts about 3 haircuts.

jonni87


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bpr2 wrote:



OK, can I just say how disturbing it was to watch that? I sure hope the golden poker makes up for that horrible hairstyling display.

mncowboy96


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bpr2 wrote:I've never understood why people want to make their feet soft and smooth. Those build ups help protect your feet while walking bare.



I always get annoyed in the spring after a winter of wearing winter boots, having to rebuild my feet so I can walk around barefoot. I wouldn't want to soften my feet.

buddyboy9


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Manscaping to me gets a serious Facepalm.

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philosopherott


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I expected to see beard conditioner, straight razors, and mustache trainer kits. Where is the manscaping stuff?

theother1


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philosopherott wrote:I expected to see beard conditioner, straight razors, and mustache trainer kits. Where is the manscaping stuff?



And the ball shavers!

vixro


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The Bacon Shaving Cream has my interest piqued.

Kabong30


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http://straightrazorplace.com/soaps-creams/97289-review-j-ds-bacon-shaving-cream.html

mrichm


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Regarding the bacon shaving cream, its kind of odd that the reflection on the container shows the dude in a baseball cap taking the picture in some random room.

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fjp999


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halong829 wrote:I got a set and liked it so much I bought one for my son! Both of us keep our hair short, so owning my own clippers really keeps the haircut bills down. I cut my hair myself (his wife does his for him), and the lack of a cord makes it infinitely easier. The initial charge is a whopping 18 hours (!) but each charge lasts about 3 haircuts.



WoW! You cut hair really fast, lol. Just kidding...

Do you have this same set?

The details doesnt give the initial charge but "35 minute run time" seems about what I got with the last cordless I tried out... It wasnt very powerful at that and decided to return it and go with a corded one (this set can be used as a corded unit as well - and is a great price)...

kmjoen230


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•Can be used for the following skin conditions: Dry Skin, Sensitive Skin, Crow's Feet, Eyes, Paraben-Free, Moisturizer

Since when did "Eyes" become a skin condition?

Merlin330


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xxtermin8rxxx wrote:Diabetics whose feet have not yet ended up becoming completely numb (due to debilitating neuropathy) will like this due to the fact they can try to keep their feet soft, smooth, and able to feel things under their feet. Once the feet become numb and calloused, it's pretty much game over for the feet.

Foot care is essential for a lot of people. Diabetics are just one of many groups that could benefit from proper care.



What xxtermin8rxxx says. My aunt's death from diabetic complications began with a foot infection caused by her not knowing she had a needle buried in her foot. If you're a diabetic, watch what you eat and take care of your feet.

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skizzo2k5


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"Dense, luxurious, atopalm wipes remove face makeup while leaving skin feeling soft, supple and drenched in moisture."

Clearly this is targeted marketing towards man clowns.

Smitelight


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"Can be used for the following skin conditions: Dry Skin, Sensitive Skin, Crow's Feet, Eyes,"

I'm suddenly terrified of breaking out in a case of eyes. Also, I'm terrified of a cream that cures the condition of eyes.

earlyre


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conanthelibrarian wrote:What would a man use a flat iron for???


I thought that was obvious....

cooking bacon. 1 strip @ a time.

Face76


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Where are the nick free hair clippers?

dave17


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jonni87 wrote:OK, can I just say how disturbing it was to watch that? I sure hope the golden poker makes up for that horrible hairstyling display.



If I hadn't seen him do it himself I'd have offered to help him beat up whoever did that to him.

dave17


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Smitelight wrote:"Can be used for the following skin conditions: Dry Skin, Sensitive Skin, Crow's Feet, Eyes,"

I'm suddenly terrified of breaking out in a case of eyes. Also, I'm terrified of a cream that cures the condition of eyes.



I think I owe you at least 10 bucks for that laugh.

dviglino


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The title "Eye Repair Serum" sounds a lot more useful than its actual use indicates.

RKett


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xxtermin8rxxx wrote:Diabetics whose feet have not yet ended up becoming completely numb (due to debilitating neuropathy) will like this due to the fact they can try to keep their feet soft, smooth, and able to feel things under their feet. Once the feet become numb and calloused, it's pretty much game over for the feet.

Foot care is essential for a lot of people. Diabetics are just one of many groups that could benefit from proper care.



I have a bit of this in my feet as a result of chemotherapy, the damage is in the nerves themselves, so it wouldn't make a difference how soft my feet are, they are still painful.

embhorn


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If you order these there will be an envelope in the box that you can use to go ahead and mail back your man-card. Seriously.

cambelina


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I love Atopalm lotion - it's not specifically for men or women. I usually get it from SkinStore but this is cheaper.

susan1125


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Atopalm 75723 Moisturizing Foot and Heal Balm 4 Ounce

Heal Balm??

Good for cuts, nicks and needles in your feet?

factotum


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susan1125 wrote:Atopalm 75723 Moisturizing Foot and Heal Balm 4 Ounce

Heal Balm??

Good for cuts, nicks and needles in your feet?



Right. It's not hurt balm . . . ;)

ThunderThighs


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susan1125 wrote:Atopalm 75723 Moisturizing Foot and Heal Balm 4 Ounce

Heal Balm??

Good for cuts, nicks and needles in your feet?


ROFL. I'll let them know.



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taythegibs


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fjp999 wrote:WoW! You cut hair really fast, lol. Just kidding...

Do you have this same set?

The details doesnt give the initial charge but "35 minute run time" seems about what I got with the last cordless I tried out... It wasnt very powerful at that and decided to return it and go with a corded one (this set can be used as a corded unit as well - and is a great price)...



ive not had good luck with the cordless either, but the apartment im going to move into doesn't have very well placed outlets so this is a very tempting deal.

puckbert


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o.0 the haircut kit comes with a left and right ear!

videomom


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LED Lighted Nail Clipper with 3x Magnifier--received with very fast shipping HOWEVER, opened packaging, DOA batteries and dirty!

ThunderThighs


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videomom wrote:LED Lighted Nail Clipper with 3x Magnifier--received with very fast shipping HOWEVER, opened packaging, DOA batteries and dirty!

Ick. Please email support@woot.com for assistance. Include your Woot username and order number for faster service.



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